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verbose boot

  1. Andy

    Disable Boot Splash Screen on Pop!_OS 20.04 Desktop Linux

    Pop!_OS uses kernelstub to manage the boot parameters and kernel images, instead of GRUB. Follow the commands below to disable boot splash screen and show the boot verbose on: sudo kernelstub --print-config andy@ws:~$ sudo kernelstub --print-config [sudo] password for andy: kernelstub.Config...
  2. Andy

    Enable verbose boot on macOS

    Tired of pressing Command + V every time your Mac boot just to see what's running behind the Apple logo? We can add a boot argument to NVRAM to make our Mac boot with verbose boot enabled permanently. This is a very safe operation, and can be undone completely just like the original was...
  3. Andy

    Disable Red Hat Graphical Boot on CentOS 7

    Prefer to see what’s actually happening in the background when your CentOS Linux is booting up? Edit /etc/default/grub with your favourite editor, such as nano or vi. [andy@av ~]# cat /etc/default/grub GRUB_TIMEOUT=5 GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR="$(sed 's, release .*$,,g' /etc/system-release)"...
  4. Andy

    Disable Boot Splash Screen on Ubuntu Desktop Linux

    Prefer to see what’s actually happening in the background when Ubuntu Desktop Linux booting up? Wait for Ubuntu to boot, then login and start a Terminal application Edit /etc/default/grub as root, for example: sudo nano /etc/default/grub Remove splash from GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT Save the...